Landmark Fla. Keys Bridge Set For $77M Renovation

Law360, New York (March 20, 2014, 7:22 PM EDT) -- The iconic Old Seven Mile Bridge in the Florida Keys is set for renovation after the Monroe County Commission approved about $77 million to redo a key segment of the still-used but heavily eroded landmark. 

Industrialist Henry Flagler built the bridge more than a century ago as part of the Florida Keys Overseas Railroad, spanning the Keys and Miami. The bridge was converted for automotive use in the 1930s, and a recreational pedestrian and cyclist route was added in the 1980s after a new bridge went...
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